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Matt Curry

I recently went live with a similar AWS site. RSStalker.com generates RSS feed for individual products or entire wishlists. The feed is updated whenever the price changes on an item.

Simon Whitaker

Oh dear... I got all excited then, only to discover that what you actually mean is every Amazon wishlist *on the US site* now has an associated RSS feed. :-(

Coming soon to the other Amazon sites?

Jay

So obviously this is a bit old but I was excited to give it a try. Unfortunately, I hit a few errors.
(1) Apparently you don't get to see the RSS icon for your own feeds, which is silly but maybe the shortsighted assumption is that you don't want to mess w/ your own lists.
(2) Once I logged out I was able to see an RSS feed for my 1 public list (obviously doesn't solve accessing the private one) but _it only lists 10 items_ .... That's pretty useless for someone like me with way more then 10 entries.

I'm sure there's some more frustrations (or something else I'm missing) but I'm wondering where is Amazon's API for this!!?

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